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Email letters, September 30, 2015

By Staff

Vote for school board rather than just complaining about it I’d like to suggest a change that may (or may not) help public education in our happy valley. There’s a school board election coming up. How about considering voting ...

Monument bike tour a go; Congress likely to punt budget

By Gary Harmon

Federal lawmakers today are expected to push the possibility of a government shutdown into the holiday season, leaving a bicycle tour of Colorado National Monument to proceed this weekend. A continuing resolution is set to be voted on this ...

Aspen climbing fatality identified as Kentucky man

By The AP

ASPEN — A climber who died while bouldering near Aspen has been identified as 41-year-old Travis Boyle of Union, Kentucky. Authorities say Boyle was bouldering on Christiana Peak near Aspen fell about 200 feet to his death when a piece ...


Double scoop for Graff Dairy

By Amy Hamilton

Folks clamoring for fresh, local ice cream won’t have to wait until the cows come home, with Graff Dairy’s reopening set for December. A cooperative agreement between the owner of Atlasta Solar, Darin Carei, and the nonprofit ...


WINE OPENERS   Getting guests to pre-plan their Winefest trip is goal for CAVE

By Dave Buchanan

Late arrivals to this year’s Festival in the Park, the signature event for the annual Colorado Mountain Winefest, were greeted by a sign near the front gate announcing, “Event sold out.” What? Sold out? How could that ...

Lone Tree man sentenced to 6 months for $4 million fraud

By The AP

DENVER — A Lone Tree man accused of taking $4 million from a government small business program and falsifying his taxes has been sentenced to six months in prison. The Denver Post reports that Hemal Ramesh Jhaveri was sentenced Tuesday ...

Boulder to revert busy street to 4 lanes after public outcry

By The AP

BOULDER — The Boulder City Council has voted to reduce bike lane widths on some busy streets after the public complained of slower commutes. The Daily Camera reports that four blocks of Folsom Street will transition back to four lanes ...

Printed Letters: Sept. 30, 2015

By Staff

We owe a big thank you to oil and gas industry The environment has always been important to my family and me. At the same time, I’ve always been a strong supporter of the oil and gas industry and have been consistently surprised by the ...

Debt for diploma

By The Daily Sentinel

Today’s college graduates are a hardened bunch. Compared with their predecessors, they’re significantly less likely to believe their education was worth the cost. The findings of the second annual Gallup-Purdue Index bear this out ...

Wilderness is good for Mesa County

By Bill Grant

Given their way, Mesa County commissioners would open all public lands to motorized access and ban the term wilderness from public discourse. Diana DeGette, a Democrat who respresents Colorado’s 1st Congressional District, introduced a ...

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